Samsung's security update in January is now being rolled out to unveiled Galaxy S21 phones in the US

Samsungs security update in January is now being rolled out

Last week, Samsung began rolling out the January 2022 security patch to Galaxy S21 users in the Netherlands. According to SamMobile, the upgrade has now expanded to the US and South Korea.

The update arrives as a G99xNKSU3BULF version in Samsung's home market and G99xU1UES4BULE for the unlocked Galaxy S21 series phones in the US Carrier-locked variants, however, they may have to wait a few more days to get the update.

Unsurprisingly, the January security update will not bring any other changes other than security enhancements. Samsung's exclusive security updates page notes that the January 2022 security update includes a total of 52 releases from Google and 10 from Samsung - including two critical vulnerabilities.

The Galaxy S21 trio are not the only devices to get the latest Android security patch. The mid-range Galaxy A51 started getting the January 2022 patch in the last week of December, while the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is currently getting the update in France. More Samsung devices are expected to receive a security update in January in the coming days, including their best-budget Android phones.

If you have an unlocked Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 + or Galaxy S21 Ultra, you can manually check for the update by opening the Settings app on your phone and making your way to Software Update> Download and Install.

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